Expert alumni share their knowledge and predictions at a panel on the modern athlete.
truLOCAL’s Marc Lafleur (BSc ’14) dishes on meat quality, the business of farming and chasing your dreams.
Thanks to our donors, Waterloo students have more support than ever before.
Doug Colbon (BMath ’74) reflects on the friendships he formed with his hockey team leading up to the 1974 CIAU Championship.
A little audacity — and endless grit — enabled Dick Callahan (BA ’62) to build a dream career as a sports announcer.
Women’s volleyball star Claire Mackenzie prepares for convocation, reflecting on the insights and friendships she’ll carry with her beyond Ring Road.
As spring convocation approaches, three graduating students share important life lessons they learned at Waterloo.
Colin Dunn (BA ’17) translates lessons he learned as a Warriors football player into his academic and professional career.
Martin Timmerman (BMath ’78) relives the moment that ignited his passion for Warriors basketball, and reveals the secret to a long and happy career.
Tom Fejes (BMath ’86) has been a monthly donor to the Waterloo Warriors Football program since 2002. While not a former student-athlete himself, Tom became a dedicated donor after attending the football game in London that saw the Warriors defeat the Western Mustangs for their first Yates Cup victory in 1997. After witnessing the victory, Tom was impressed by the dedication of the student-athletes, and wanted to help alleviate the costs of running the football program anyway he could.